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Unknown Marine Assets and Landscapes in the Approaches to Liverpool

Unknown Marine Assets and Landscapes in the Approaches to Liverpool

Execution Stage 2 Report

By Rachel Chester, Victoria Lambert

The Report commissioned from Wessex Archaeology by English Heritage assesses the usefulness of existing geophysical and geotechnical survey data for identifying unkown marine heritage in the approaches to Liverpool. It covers the potential for identifying both submerged prehistoric archaeology and shipwrecks. This applied research forms part of the National Heritage Protection Plan Activity on identifying previously unknown marine heritage.

Contents

Summary
Acknowledgements
1 INTRODUCTION
2 ASSESSMENT AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
3 STUDY AREA
4 METHODOLOGY
5 RESULTS - SEABED FEATURE ASSESSMENT
6 RESULTS - PALAEOGEOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT
7 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
8 ARCHIVE
9 REFERENCES
10 APPENDICES

Additional Information

  • Publication Status: Completed

If you require an alternative accessible version of this document please contact Wessex Archaeology Ltd, registered office Portway House, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 6EB

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